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dennis and i have our own convergences, i made a less upbeat having returned from there. it could be a question of how these things are put forward. i agree with him definitely on the public peace. i cannot see obama, but succeed on the public part of the trip. it is two trips in one to israel. the public part, you'd be hard- pressed to find a ford minivan'' worth of israelis that are anti- american. they want to like an american president. whatever their differences, for the most part, every stop along the visit is designed, choreographed to touch deeper chords in israeli society, whether it is the shrine of the books, or the stop at hertzel's tomb, or talking to israeli kids about their future in the 21st century. these are things obama will do very well at. i think this trip -- i would be surprised if it is not a success. there'll be some pickups, -- some hiccups, but the big piece, the public part i think is going to be successful to the extent it can. the way i see it, some say obama is just checking a box. i think he sees that the way towards managing his relationship with t
at the washington institute, ambassador dennis ross, and ambassador james jeffrey. ambassador ross, we are about to hear from dennis, he served throughout most of the first term, first in the state department and then in the white house, with responsibility for overseeing all the national security council work in the middle east. ambassador jeffrey, jim jeffrey, completed his distinguished service in the diplomatic corps ast year after having served ambassador in turkey and iraq, previously in incarnation in albania. as the deputy national security adviser in the bush administration, in which she played a special role in addressing the iraq question. we brought these two highly experienced strategic thinkers together to produce a policy paper for the obama administration. we urge all of you to pick up the synopsis of that paper on the way out. it will be available for you on the web. week, as the president takes off for his trip abroad. to discuss the thinking behind the trip to the middle east, what middle easterners are expecting to hear from the president, what the implications of this trip m
speaker, ambassador dennis rodman, will not be here. [laughter] i am filling in. ofm ann coulter, the author nine "new york times" best sellers. the sequester really ruined everything, didn't it? little kids can i go on white house tours. the muslim brotherhood has been deprived of $250 million -- oh, no, that is fine. back onc had to cut speakers this year by about 300 towns. [applause] after all of obama's hard work and wrangling over the budget, he has managed to cut the growth of the federal spending by 2%. congratulations, mr. president. even that was imposed on him by the sequestered. and roger ailes called obama lazy. said that was racist. but that was a direct quotation. know why he did not know that? because he is lazy. according to liberals, these are racist dog whistles, which may be why only debbie wasserman schulz and rachel maddow can hear them. obama has his own words. he says investments, and he means government spending. he says revenue, and he means taxes. in the dr. lincoln is library, and he means, "distract michelle. i'm going out for a smoke." remember, repu
for the dallas miller show. -- the dennis miller show. larry oversees all the video content on the site. one of my favorite radio talk show hosts, rusty. he is known for his intellect and bringing new concepts and ideas to the conservative movement. rowdyou have a bunch of conservative men you need a strong woman to corral the mall. we have genevieve wood, the vice president for marketing at the heritage foundation. she is responsible for developing and executing market strategies to promote heritage. previously she worked more than 13 years in washington politics, policy, and media. in 2000 campaign, and elections gazine >> thank you. thank you. good afternoon, everybody. it is great to see a crowd here at cpac. are you having a good time? yeah? i think you're going to have a good treat this afternoon because we have an all-star panel set up here. these are folks who all have opinions, as i'm sure you do. we're going to get their feedback about the budget battles, the new pope that was announced, we're going to talk about rand paul. >> what did he do? >> we'll get to that. we'll get to mayo
north korea, our regularly scheduled pusser -- speaker will not be here, dennis rodman. [laughter] ninean coulter, author of new york times bestsellers. the sequester has really ruined everything, hasn't it? little kids can't go on white house source, muslim brotherhood has been deprived of 250 million -- oh no, that is safe. had to cut back on its figures this year by about 300 pounds. [laughter]
health care. it attacks where women are most vulnerable. host: dennis, wyoming, independent line. caller: hello. guest: hi, dennis. caller: retired military, 64 years old and retired, starting to enjoy my life. i got a letter the other day that says that due to budget cuts, mike tricare prime is going to be dropped and if i did not live within 40 miles of a military base, i would not have medical care. it is six times more than i presently pay as the cost for health insurance. i spent years serving my country, putting my life on the line, and now i am being kicked out of a federal medical service that was not a written guarantee, but a verbal guarantee, when i joined the military. i'm looking at you folks in congress. put everybody under the affordable health her act, make it equal and make it fair for everyone. your service is in d.c., which could be a war zone, but is now more because of what me and my fellow veterans did for this country and now being thrown aside. guest: dennis, thank you for your service. one of the things most shocking to me when i started building in the budget wa
u.s. intentions at u.s. cooperation with our partners in the region? >> i would send dennis rodman over there. [laughter] the truth is the first thing i would do i would ask why they are doing what they're doing and i would like to hear it from him personally. because we know of course what his surrogates and proxy's are doing. i would like to know from him they close by the way, you know in that region that the three countries that have always been country, iran, turkey, egypt, they are the cornerstone of that region. it does not mean that we want to be like them or anyone want to be like them, but we have to account for the fact that those three countries are the historic cornerstones or and points of that region. the first thing i would like to is what is a they believe the future holds for the region and why are they apparently, it seems to me, on a path to try to dredge up old animosities among sunni and shia, things that frankly in this time in the world history they should be able to find and more peaceful way to pursue. whether their economic aspirations -- the persian peop
are most vulnerable. host: cheyenne wyoming, independent line. guest: hi, dennis. caller: i have a couple questions for you. give a little background. retired military, 21 years-plus service, i am now 63 -- 64 years old and retired. and starting to enjoy my life. i got a letter the other day that says due to budget cuts probably, my tricare prime was going to be dropped and didn't if i live within 40 miles of a military base i wouldn't have medical care like i had before. it's looking like approximately six times more than i pay, presently pay is going to cost for health insurance. 21 years, serving my country, putting my life on the line, and now i'm being kicked out of a federal medical service that was not a written guarantee but a verbal guarantee when i joined the military. and i'm looking at you folks sitting in congress getting all this med care care and everything -- medical care and everything. let's put everybody under the affordable health care act, make everybody equal, and make it fair for everyone. your service is in d.c. which could be a war zone but it was no more than me
on twitter -- let's hear from dennis in massachusetts, independent. caller: how are you? i am reacting to the report that the senate plan suggests another quarter billion dollar cut to medicare after the $760 billion cut that the senate democrats have already made. as your reporter just said, but guess you havd, it's doubtful that will not affect medicare beneficiaries. i am a medicare beneficiary and among the democratic party voucher plan, which has been very successful. to the extent they can customs fraud and waste, they ought to be a bad back to the medicare trust fund and not use it for other things. host: let's look at some details. years the distance between party budgets as laid out by the new york times. you can see what senate democrats have on the table. $5.20 trillion in deficits over 10 years. you can see the projected deficits and how they would tackle that. and in the house republican version, $1.20 trillion in deficits over 10 years, a bigger goal of reducing the deficit. when it comes to sequestration, democrats would replace the automatic cuts with a similar amount o
at dennis rodman's house. host: what do you think about the decision by the defense department? caller: it is their job, it is what they are supposed to do. they are not supposed to be making greenfield's that are bad for the environment. -- green fields that are bad for the environment. this is what they need to do. this is what their job is, to to protect the american people. host: at the cost of $1 billion. what do you think of that? caller: that is their job. handing money out to egypt is unconstitutional. we are not supposed to be doing it. why we are, i do not know. host: from kansas on the independent line, you are next. missile defense systems in japan and south korea? we already have them. that does not make sense. decision --bout the what the you think about the specific decision yesterday? their implicating what we already got. i know for a fact we have missile defense systems in the navy surrounding their. what redoing putting it in this country again. host: that was on our independent line tweet we have about half an hour to talk about this. awful lines are available to yo
of "mornings on the mall "here in washington. host on thelar dennis miller show. tv the editor of "right bar ." videoeives all the content. and one of my favorite video talkshow hosts, rusty humphries. he is known for his bravery and are selling interviewing -- you can clap for rusty, go ahead. he is also known for his intellect in ringing new concepts into the conservative movement. need a strong woman to corral them all. we have genevieve lloyd's, the vice president from the heritage foundation. , the viceve woods president from the heritage foundation. , she worked more than 14 years in washington politics, 2000y and media in campaigns and elections magazine named her a rising star in politics. i hope you all guys enjoy the panel. >> thank you. good afternoon, everybody. are you having a good time? think you will have a good treat this afternoon because we do have an all-star panel set up here. we'll talk a little bit about what is in the news. these are folks who all have opinions, like i'm sure many of you do. feedback onthere the new budget battles, the new pope, about senator rand pau
. someone with integrity and experience, informs the world of seriousness and depth. let's give dennis rodman a great round of applause. [laughter] [applause] saw the of athletes, i president went golfing with tiger woods. he said, the president had an amazing touch. time tiger said that, he lost millions in endorsements and a hot, swedish wife worried -- wife. we can't laugh at ourselves. that would be racist. [laughter] this might surprise you. i am looking forward to president obama's second term. it will be refreshing to hear him stop blaming all our country's problems on the last four years. [applause] that is enough with the jokes. i want to switch to a more serious line. might need at you short break from the speeches. [applause] i want to talk to you today about something i believe is critical. also the conservative movement. now is the time for some candid discussion. the first concept i wanted to talk about is this, america is not the federal government. america is not much about government at all. government is one of those things you have to have, but you don't want to much
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